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maryland braces for more cases of meninggtis after a third person is diagnosed with thh diseaseesimilar to cases natiowide... the patient had reeeevee aasteroid injjctton. injection.the pharmacy that distributes the steroid haa issued a recall... but the putbreak is still exppcted to grow. megan gilliland is live from a baltimore county urgery center with more on why. good mornnng guys,we're live from greenspring surgery center... this is one of seven
facilities in maryland that reeeived the sterioid linked to this mmningitii outbreak. this facilityyhas now pulled the product. &pproduct.the steriod was produced by a specialty pharracy in massachusetts.they sent out more than 17-thousand steeoid to nearly ooe hundred facilities in 23 statessas of confirmed cases... and at leastt7 deaths nationwide.one of he lives claimed as a maryland resident.sympttms can be as severe as strooes... and show. ays if not weeks to "some of the symptoms we sse ,like a headache, nausea, high the flu that we are ilarrto experiencing curreetly, but if you have had the particular steroid injection, it does nnt matter if you are experiencing even oneeor tto of the symppoms - go get checkedd" trrattent of meningitis can take a few eeks to several indivvdual. a note to loved
onns affected... this virus is not contaggous. to find a complete list of the clinics that eceived the tainted drrg... you can log on to our website....fox baltimore dot commslash morning news.live in baltimore county, i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. an annapolis hotel is ripped off...and police are looking for theecrook who did it.anne arundel coonty police were called to the holiday inn saturday night.witnesses told thee a man came nto the hotel, brandished a gun...and over some cashhann thh man ed took off. police say the suspect was wearing a yellow baseball hat, a black star wars t-shirt and ttn shorts. president obama continues his west coast trip today... raising monny for his campaign. campaign.on sunday night... a starrstudded concert was held... featuring katy perry and stevie wonddr... among others.an estimated 6--housand
people attended tte show. president obama and forrer president bill clinton will also meet with several high-dollar donors to attend aa 20--housand dollaa a plaae dinner... before heading to san francisco tomorrow.it's expected thh obama campaign will raise nearly 9-and-a-half milllon dollars over tto days. republican challenger mitt romney heads south today... for a speech at the virginia military institute.romney has a major foreign policy speech pllnned... focused on the middle east.he's expected to say that the u-s should take a more assertive position on the conflict in syria.... and strennthen sanctions on iran. governoo marrin o'malley and new hampshirr senator kelly ayyte battled it out on fox &pblame for the bad economy. o'malleyyargued that president obama inherited a huge claimed he's only made it o'malley says: "we still have &pa long way to go..and speakin of fdr, no president since him bigger unemployment and bigger
deficits nd more wars than president obama, was, by the failed policies of george w. bush, hich resulted in directly, the greatest ob losses since fdr. thissis not easy and it is harddwork but we are movinn forward. ayotte says: "hey, chris, let's ttlk about, though, his policies. of course, we didd't hear in the hour and 25 minutes of debate anything about the stimulus packagee because if you look at the policy, the trickle-down povernment policy, as the governor described it, they represented bellw 6 pprcent unemployment right now, after spendiig all of that money. so, they had full charge of the firss two years and the policies that this president put into place, actually made it worse. including the fact that obamacare is actually -- you ask small employers, it is causing them not to hire because of rising healthcare co" the presidential candidates october 16-th. we've been waiting 15 years
for the orioles to host a playofffgame.... so what is a few more hours? thh rain delay was early 2 and a half the result of the game into - this morning. what a way was thrown out by he ictim - and the hero in thh perry hall borowy... and counselor jesse &pmoment.on to the game.... c sabathia ssarting for the yankees, he's always tough in two men on base...... nate - mclouth, gets theesingle off sabathia...tto runners come pround to ssore... and the &ori yankees tie it in the 4th... and then the bats go silent for both eams until the 9th inning.... orioles' closer jim johnson ii the game...he's been great this year... but not on this pitth. first martin goes deep out to left l and the yankees would not stop there. they score 5 runs off
johhson, and take game one of the ammrrcan league divisional series, 7-2. great atmosphere.... tough result. 33&chris davis 3933 we stayed in it as longgas we could. we had a chance early to push capitalize on every u have to &pally able to do that. game two is tonighttass wei-yen ( chen takes thee mound for the orioles against, &pone oo the best playoff pitchers ever... andy petiite ( of the yankees. so what does the loss mean for the series? how do the o's ounce back? can any oriolls fans actually be productive at work today? today?? joel d. smith live at panera n towson with all those answers and more on game
one and game two of the series. d.good morring joel d. p630 it was a little disappointing, i think everyone was nervous in the 8th or 9th inning, you could hear a pin drop, you would expect those guys to be a littleelouder at the end of thh game/, davis: 41:188 ii def. think we need to get a win while we're here. plus get a win in front of home fans, going on road will be tough,,but no, its not a must win yet.
a lot has been said aaout the state of american education. but, teachers can't teach kids pho aren't in class.baltiiore has a nnw plan in the fight against chronic absences. athenn jooes shows us what's being done ... and some eeamples of how it's working. --reporter pkg-as follows --(nats)baltimore teen jerrod williams has come a long way.in seventh grade, he
missed thirty-thrre days f drrpping out."there'd be days i'd jjst stayyhome, playythe game, eat, sleep, and that's about it, watch tv."williams &pstruggled to get passing grades at a chool where he didn't feellthe eachers cared. that's where karen webber ndour came in.she handles attendance initiatiies for the city's school district. "i saw him on the first day of school and one of the teachers who knew him said 'this boo ann days and days,' and we approached him and said this diffeeent school year for you. we expect to see you here."in eighth grade, williams missed just five days of school.the he's now a sophomoreein high school with perfeet attendance especially in math."i got bs, and b-plusses nd one a."a johns hopkins universsty study estimates 5 to 7 and a half &pmillion k-12 students are chronicaaly absent each year.
that means they miss one &pmaryland ---where the rate is 11 percent -- is one of just six states that track the issue."it's sort of a hidddn problem,,they say it's like actually creates havoc, buu we don't now ii because we're absences are most common in kindergarten and in high school.and low inccme students &pare more ikely to miss class -- often due to transportation or health issues and sometimes because they havv to worr or "we have to gg the extra mile. we're texting parents now, the school system tself is textiiggprincipals and saying you know there are a large absent from your rolls. um, what's going on?"baltimore alert parents about absencess social workers talk to missing too mmny days of class. and stuuents areenow being rewarded forrgood attennance. like this lementary school. "who is excited to come to school eeery dayy"" which won
a fiell trip, a ggant from and a visit from the mayor.(nats) "we won!" "we wonn"a trip to port discovery."athena jones, cnn, baltimore.-----end----- cnn.script----- coming up in our 6 o'clock hour... pilots linned... mid-a. air.the laser attacks that couud results in prison time. a long sports stretch... wraps uppwe'll bring you the layy of the week... when we come &pback. p(break 3)))- barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven...
so let me tell you what i know: if question seven passes, my company's going to... bring table games, like blackjack and poker... right here to baltimore. a twenty-five million dollar investment... that'll create five hundred new jobs. all right here. today, marylanders are spending $500 million gaming... in other states. let's keep it here. i'm chad barnhill, and we're ready to build right here. we're ready, and it's real. and all that has to happen... is question seven. coming up in our 6 ooclocc